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October 2012 Newsletter: Saying Goodbye ... and Hello

Below: A final top-10 list just for you.
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Goodbye, Hello

Well, this is it—the final MyFamilyDoctorMag.com newsletter.

Thank you for reading all these years. We've been proud and privileged to feature some wonderful health-care providers and articles. Most of all, we've been grateful for your supportive clicks and comments.

We've also been happy to see so many of you at TheSurvivalDoctor.com and hope everyone will stop on by. There, our publisher, Dr. Hubbard, will continue dispensing down-to-earth medical information—this time with a do-it-yourself twist for disasters and other emergencies when no health-care provider is around. Below, we've listed some of his popular posts to give you a place to start exploring.

We don't think of this last newsletter as a goodbye. More like a see you later—just down the road, where we'll say hello once again.

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Top-10 Posts Picked for You

We've hand-picked these posts for our loyal readers. These are some of the entries from TheSurvivalDoctor.com that we think you'll find most interesting and helpful.

10. How to Survive If You Fall Into Cold Water
9. Video: How to See If You Break Your Glasses
8. How to Identify a Spider by Its Bite
7. 10 Medical Uses for Hot Peppers
6. Honey as an Antibiotic Ointment
5. The Natural Remedies Proven to Work on the Common Cold
4. Video: How to Repair a Cut With Duct Tape
3. Asthma Attack Without an Inhaler: 9 Potential Lifesavers
2. Diabetes During a Disaster: What to Do When You're Out of Medication
1. Your Child Has a Rash. Do You Know What to Do?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Disclaimer: This newsletter and the articles it points to are not meant as individual advice. Please see your doctor for that.

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